All the roads I walked - an anthology of the design of human nature : essays and Poems : selection and texts (ebok) av Terje Eugen Holthe
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"All the Roads I Walked - An Anthology of the Design of Human Nature Essays and Poems Selection and texts" by Terje Eugen Holthe is an anthology from the East and the West. In the first text the author explores the patterns inherent in the "I'Ching - The Book of Changes". "I'Ching" consists of 64 archetypes describing the process of development in man, and each of the archetypes has 6 stages of unfoldment also called lines. The 6 lines are an integral part of the Human Design system that was…
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Undertittel an anthology of the design of human nature : essays and Poems : selection and texts
Forfattere Terje Eugen Holthe (forfatter), Terje Eugen Holthe (annet)
Utgitt 20 januar 2022
Lengde 114 sider
Sjanger Biografier, Dokumentar og fakta, Religion og livssyn, Skjønnlitteratur, Lyrikk og dramatikk
Språk English
Format pdf
DRM-beskyttelse Vannmerket
ISBN 9788293371304
"All the Roads I Walked - An Anthology of the Design of Human Nature Essays and Poems Selection and texts" by Terje Eugen Holthe is an anthology from the East and the West. In the first text the author explores the patterns inherent in the "I'Ching - The Book of Changes". "I'Ching" consists of 64 archetypes describing the process of development in man, and each of the archetypes has 6 stages of unfoldment also called lines. The 6 lines are an integral part of the Human Design system that was revealed in 1986. Since then Human Design has gradually become known to be a reliable system describing the human being. The texts and poems in the anthology, from different cultures and times, have been selected as examples of this basic pattern in 6 stages describing the nature of man. T. E. Holthe has worked professionally with Human Design since 2008. 141 pages. 26.0 MB